Browsing the September 2020 archive of Blog

Monsignor Yennock on Prophets and the Sexual Revolution - Homily from September 27, 2020

Posted by Kyle Gilbert on 9/28/20

TWENTY SIXTH SUNDAY SEPTEMBER 27, 2020

PROPHETS AND THE SEXUAL REVOLUTION

 IN 1948 WINSTON CHURCHILL SAID THOSE WHO FAIL TO LEARN FROM HISTORY ARE CONDEMNED TO REPEAT IT. WHAT DO WE LEARN FROM HISTORY? WHAT DO WE LEARN FROM THE PROPHETS?

 

 IN THE SIXTH CENTURY BEFORE CHRIST, THE ... Read More »

Monsignor Yennock on Forgiveness and Redemption - Homily from September 13, 2020

Posted by Kyle Gilbert on 9/14/20

TWENTY FOURTH SUNDAY IN ORDINARY TIME

SEPTEMBER 13, 2020

FORGIVENESS AND REDEMPTION

A TRUE STORY COMES OUT OF WORLD WAR II. RUDOLPH HOSS WAS A CONVICTED NAZI WAR CRIMINAL. HE WAS THE LONGEST SERVING COMMANDANT OF AUSCHWITZ EXTERMINATION CAMP. HE INTRODUCED THE ZYKLON B INTO THE GAS CHAMBERS TO ... Read More »

Monsignor Yennock on the Persecution of Christians - Homily from August 29, 2020

Posted by Kyle Gilbert on 9/09/20

PERSECUTION OF CHRISTIANS

22ND SUNDAY OF THE YEAR AUGUST 29, 2020

“IN 1945, AT THE AGE OF 20, ANDRE STAMOS WAS CAPTURED BY THE SOVIETS AND THROWN INTO JAIL. AFTER MANY YEARS OF IMPRISONMENT THEY THOUGHT HE WAS INSANE. THEY TRANSFERRED HIM TO A PSYCHIATRIC WARD 300 MILES OUTSIDE ... Read More »